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UK manufacturing output falls in January

Published on Friday 10th of March 2017 10:30:57 AM in BBC

Activity in the UK's industrial and construction sectors slowed in January, new figures show.The Office for National Statistics said industrial output contracted by 0.4% compared with December, when it fell by 0.9%.Manufacturing was responsible for the decline, particularly the "highly erratic" pharmaceuticals sector, where output tumbled ...

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